Combine gin and prosecco to get this drink: Ginsecco

Rhubarb and Ginger Ginsecco

  • 15ml Whitley Neill Rhubarb & Ginger Gin
  • Squeeze of lemon
  • 100ml Brown Brothers NV Prosecco

Build ingredients in a sparkling wine flute.

Garnish with lemon peel twist.

A new drink has just hit Australia’s shores, and it doesn’t require you to give up your love for Prosecco or gin. In fact, you just need to combine them to create the perfect summer tipple – the Ginsecco.

As Australian appreciation for gin grows, so do unique ways of drinking it. Pioneered by two number 1s in the drinks’ category*, Whitley Neill Gin and Brown Brothers Prosecco have come together to teach you how to make this perfect twist for summer.

To ensure a quality serve, opt for a naturally flavoured gin like Whitley Neill and partner with an award-winning sparkling like Brown Brothers Prosecco NV, and garnish to create a refreshing and flavourful, yet delicate tipple.

Whitley Neill Gin’s Global Ambassador, Devin Tomlinson said: “Combining two of arguably the most dominant categories trending in global markets, this will definitely be one-to-watch through the coming summer season as this again works beautifully with high-strength, high-flavour orientated gins, almost mimicking the famous international cocktail, the French 75. It’s light, flavourful and easy to make at home – what more could you want?”

Brown Brothers Prosecco NV is grown in Victoria’s King Valley, the premium growing region for Australian Prosecco.

“Prosecco is so crisp and refreshing, we love drinking it on its own, but it’s also perfect for making delicious cocktails.” said Caroline Brown, 4th Generation of the Brown Family.

Similar to a spritz cocktail, you can expect to see Ginsecco paired with botanical garnishes, from citrus, edible flowers, cucumber, and thyme, through to blackberries and aromatic bitters.

Whilst a delicious favourite in its own right, the light and fresh flavours coupled with the delicate bubble and citrus flavours of prosecco, make a perfect pairing to gin’s more powerful profile.

Try your hand at creating the Ginsecco with these two recipes here.

For more information call Halewood Australia on 02 9513 8895 or email us on


Raspberry Ginsecco

  • 15ml Whitley Neill Raspberry Gin
  • Squeeze of lemon
  • 100ml Brown Brothers NV Prosecco

Build ingredients in a sparkling wine flute.

Garnish with fresh raspberries.